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Intro & Verse Riff:
     (played w/ fingers and pick)
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------7x-7-----------7x-7-------------6x-6----------|
|-----------7x-7-----------7x-7-------------7x-7----------|
|-5-7--------x---5-7--------x-----5-7--------x---5-7------|
|-----7-7--7-x7------7-7--7-x7--------5-5--5-x5------5-5--|

|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------3-----------------------------------|
|--6x--6x---5x--5x------3---------------------------------|
|--7x--7x---5x--5x----------------------------------------|
|---x---x--3-x-3-x--------(5-7)*back to beginning*--------|
|-5-x-5-x-----------6-------------------------------------|

Rhythm Riff (Solo 1):

|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---5x---0---5x---0---3x---------3x-----------------------|
|---5x---0---5x---0---3x----3----3x---3-------------------|
|---------------------------3---------3-------------------|
|-5--x--3---5-x--3--3--x--1----3--x--1--------------------|

Solo 1:

|-5-7-7-h8-p7-p5--h7-5--5--5-5---5-------0~~~~~----7\-------|
|-5-5-5-----------------------------------------------------|((see below)
as often as you wondered you carried too much     weight

when bayliss says weight they go into this chord progression (Gm7+11, C, Gm7+11, C, 
F  repeat.....listen and play to catch rythym)

--0----0------3--]                                        ------0h1h0-----------]
--1----1------3--]                                        ---------------3---1--]
--3----3------5--]     let ring                           ----------------------]
--3----3------5--]       jake fills in withh this-->      ----------------------]
--x----x------3--]                                        ----------------------]
--3----3------x--]                                        ----------------------]


--0----0------3--]                                       ---0h1h0---1/3--]
--1----1------3--]                                       ----------------]
--3----3------5--]        let ring again                 ----------------]
--3----3------5--]           now this filleer            ----------------]
--x----x------3--]                                       ----------------]
--3----3------x--]                                       ----------------]


--0----0------1---------0----0------3--]      back to fillers
--1----1------1---------1----1------3--]
--3----3------2---------3----3------5--]
--3----3------3---------3----3------5--]
--x----x------3---------x----x------3--]
--3----3------1---------3----3------x--]


on 4th time after Gm7+11 go back to the 'breathe......easy' part for the joel jam and 
use the first 2 chords for 2 bars then drop a fret for 2 bars like so......

--x----x----x----x--]     now drop a half sstep           --x----x----x----x--]
--4----3----4----3--]                                     --3----2----3----2--]
--3----3----3----3--]                                     --2----2----2----2--]
--2----3----2----3--]                                     --1----2----1----2--]
--3----x----3----x--]                                     --2----x----2----x--]
--x----3----x----3--]                                     --x----2----x----2--]

let joel do his thing for a while and take it back to the beginning


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Tab by Eric S

This is the updated version, with props to Pimp Daddy Jay P and TK
for starting it off.

        Bm7
  |-----------------------------------------------------|
  |-----------------------------------------------------|
  |-------------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|
  |-------------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|
  |-5h7---------------------5h7---------------------5h7-|
  |-----7-7---------------------7-7---------------------|

    A6                      C               Bb
  |-------------------------------------------------|
  |-------------------------------------------------|
  |---------6-------6-------5-------5-------7-------|
  |---------4-------4-------5-------5---------8-----|
  |---------------------------------------------8---|
  |-5-5---------------------------------------------|

Play that over the verses, then go into this part,
it used to be played like this, using the main Bm7 riff
transposed to other chords, and in a heavier style...

  |: Am7 > Gm7 > G#7 :|

But now they play it like this, more jazzy style...

  |: Am7 > Gm7 :|

This is what I guess you might call the chorus...

  |: Cm7 > F > Bb > F > Bb :|

Then some jammage...

  |: Bb > C > Bb > C > Bb > F :|

This is the basic riff played over that last part...

  |---------------------------------------------------|
  |-5h6p5---------------5h6p5-6/8---------------------|
  |-------7-5-----------------------------------------|
  |---------------------------------------------------|
  |---------------------------------------------------|
  |---------------------------------------------------|

  |---------------------------------------------------|
  |-5h6p5-------5--------5h6p5-6/8--------------------|
  |-------7-5-7---5-----------------------------------|
  |---------------------------------------------------|
  |---------------------------------------------------|
  |---------------------------------------------------|

Do that chorusy part and the jammage after it twice, then this...

  |: Cm7 > Bm7 :|

And back to the beginning

At the very end play this chord...

  |-0---|
  |-0---|
  |-7---|
  |-x---|
  |-9---|
  |-----|

            
            
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